- Email Settings
- This section contains general information about SMTP email settings for event notifications.
- SMTP Relay Address
- Enter the IPv4 or IPv6 address or the fully qualified domain name of the SMTP relay.
- SMTP Relay Port
- Type the relay port number. The default is 25.
- Use SMTP Authentication
- Click the check box to require SMTP authentication.
- User Name
- Enter the user name for SMTP authentication.
- Enter the password associated with the user name for SMTP authentication.
- Confirm Password
- Retype the password.
- Connection Security
- Select the
No security radio button to specify no encryption of the connection.
- Select the
STARTTLS radio button to specify TLS encryption of the connection.
- Event Notification Settings
- You can specify whether you want to receive event notifications as aggregated batches or as individual notifications for each event. Batch notifications are sent every 10 seconds. The batch options affect both the content and the subject line of notification emails that are sent in response to system events. You can specify event notification batch options when you configure SMTP email settings.
- Send Email As
- Type the email address that will be used in the To: line of the email notification.
- Subject Line
- Type the text that will display in the Subject: line of the email notification.
- Notification Batch Mode
Batch all from the drop-down list to generate a single email for each event notification.
Batch by severity to generate an email that contains aggregated notifications for each event of the same severity, regardless of event category.
Batch by category to generate an email that contains aggregated notifications for each event of the same category, regardless of severity.
No batching to generate one email per event. This is the default
- Notification Email Template
Use default template or
Use custom template from the drop-down list. If you select
Use default template, the read-only contents of the default template display. If you select
Use custom template, the Custom Template Location field displays. Enter a valid path inside the
/ifs directory, or click